South Korea's Sungkyunkwan University has announced that it will reject any applicant with a history of bullying, unless the applicant has shown remorse and a change of behavior, The Korea Times reported. The South Korean Education Ministry has adopted new requirements that schools maintain records of those who engage in bullying, paving the way for the university's new policy. Other universities are expected to adopt similar policies.
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